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Carnival is a festive time surrounding the traditional Christian season of Lent. In the U.S., we have Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but even Mardi Gras’ fervor is nothing in comparison to the fun of Carnival!
In the late winter, just before spring starts, and 40 days before Easter, most of the towns and cities throughout Switzerland burst into various forms of celebration, including parades, dances, music, and feasting. Called “Fasnacht” in the Swiss German areas and “Carnevale” in the Italian areas, the tradition dates back to roots in Roman Catholicism. In Medieval times, Carnival was the last party before the community commenced on a period of fasting before Easter, a time when crops were less abundant and food sources were scarce. Elements of earlier traditions were incorporated into Carnival as well, including local ghost stories and the pagan celebration of the oncoming spring.
In Herisau, for instance, the story of Gideo Holsetoss brings laughter to children and play-acting for adults. On Ash Wednesday, Gideo, who supposedly died the dreadful death of having choked on a stolen "Leckerli" biscuit, is loaded on to a float and carried to his grave. The straw dummy, representing Gideo Hosestoss, advances with the Fasnacht procession, witnessed by many mourners, who, clad in gigantic masks, accompany the float whilst rubbing the tears of despair from their eyes. Amongst these mourners is his mother Eulalia Fadehäx, a born “Chuefödle” or cow stall girl. On a number of other floats, interesting events that took place during the year may be represented. Two older scholars, representing Minister Gidio and Mesmer, heighten the occasion with their humorous sermon, by which no school or stall happenings are spared!
Most celebrations last for several days, and the actual dates and times vary across the country. With the masks, feasts, and fireworks, Carnival is definitely a late-winter event worth seeing! Want to earn additional points? Click on the Promo icon and enter in "Celebrate".
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"Nordic Walking" is the name given to a sport that is a sort of speed walking using two special poles - a cross between hiking and cross-country skiing. It started as a trend in the Nordic countries and spread quickly to Switzerland, a natural area for the sport, thanks to its already-existing beautiful Alpine passes and hiking areas.
This healthy full-body training method is a great way to keep your body in good form for ski season. From a distance Nordic walking looks like cross-country skiing without any snow. A gentle sport, it is easy on the joints and stimulates the circulation in a healthy way. Nordic walking is suitable for exercisers both young and old and can be practiced anywhere. Routes forming part of a path network are naturally very good for this purpose.
You can find Nordic Walking courses and trails almost everywhere in Switzerland, but Graubünden in eastern Switzerland offers the most, with 14 different areas providing breathtaking views to go with your workout. If you like hiking, skiing, either or both, you’ll love Nordic Walking.
You can find a trail to hike here.
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Every year in Geneva, the world’s largest international automobile show takes place at Palexpo, Geneva’s convention center, conveniently located near the airport. Over 700,000 car manufacturers display new models, concept cars, and equipment during this show, which is not to be missed by car lovers!
Because there are no Swiss automobile manufacturers, Switzerland is considered a neutral, and therefore ideal, place to hold the car show. The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles has been scheduling the show since its first occurrence in 1905, and carmakers from around the globe have been bringing their prototypes, technical breakthroughs, and new ideas to the landmark event ever since. Many international partnerships and political and social debates are also forged during the show.
The show is held every year in March, so it’s a perfect time to take a break from skiing and see some of the cars that will be hitting the streets soon.
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Looking for something new to do this winter? Try Airboarding!
The Airboard is a high-tech, inflatable body-board used on snow. You steer it simply by shifting your weight; it gives you the feeling of flying just above the surface of the snow.
Developed in Switzerland, the Airboard can be used on many toboggan runs, on deep powder snow, and especially on dedicated Airboard slopes.
If you like sledding but want to add speed and control to your downhill glide, Airboarding is definitely the new winter sport for you. Because it is deflatable and extremely lightweight, the Airboard is much easier to take traveling than a traditional sled, skis, or snowboard. The Airboard is great for kids and adults alike.
Airboarding is easy to learn; all you need, in addition to the Airboard, are good winter clothing, helmet, gloves, knee protection, and strong footwear.
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Airboarding: The Latest Winter Sport


The insiders' choice: Although Aletsch has been included on UNESCO World Heritage list since 2001, it remains an insiders' secret among winter resorts.
For guests, this has to be an advantage: you hardly ever have to wait at the skilifts, there is plenty of space for everyone on the snowsure pistes and cross-country trails, and prices at hotels and holiday apartments are distinctly family-friendly.
At the heart of this region lies the incomparable Aletsch glacier: at more than 23 km, the longest ice flow in the Alps. The most impressive views of this 27-billion-ton wonder are from the Eggishorn, which is also where the most challenging pistes lie. Bettmeralp is the middle of the three connected and car-free resorts; even in the delightful heart of the village, you can ski or snowboard from the piste up to your chalet door. Guests in Riederalp, meanwhile, are well placed for discovering the region's culture and nature, even in winter. Thanks to several gentle slopes, it is particularly well suited to families.
In all, Aletsch has 99 km of piste, and thanks to snowmaking facilities, the entire area is snowsure all season.
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Picturesque Altesch


The Franches-Montagnes area is a dog sledding paradise and holds international dog sled races every winter, when the best teams from around the world compete against each other.
The international dog sled races have become important events, attracting many from outside the Franches-Montagnes region, and over the years the gathering has become the most anticipated event in the Jura mountains' winter calendar.
Other dog-sledding events in include the International Dog-Sledding Race in Gadmen in February, the International Sledge Dog races in Lenk also in February, and the International Sledge Dog race in Les Mosses in March.
Want to experience the dog-sled yourself? Get as close as possible to heaven as you glide across a glacier on a dogsled! The Tsanfleuron Glacier (Glacier 3000), with its flat land at an altitude of 3,000 metres, is the ideal place to participate in many activities. See Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn in the distance, while Lake Geneva glitters far below and the alpine foothills are blurred by a blue-ish mist. This icy ride is available during the summer months only, due to the snow.
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Beauty comes from above: Anyone taking ski lessons in Adelboden will, with luck, meet the bestlooking ski instructor in Switzerland.
A year ago Andreas Belser, 28, won an internet contest held by Switzerland Tourism, and since then has been in great demand - for his professional skills, of course. Andreas is not the only treat for the eyes in this top Swiss ski area. Along with his charming colleagues and the fine scenery, the welcoming piste-side huts are well worth a closer look. As, of course, is the chalet village itself, which in 2005 was named Switzerland’s first Alpine Wellness resort.
In early January, Adelboden bursts into frenzy as the FIS Ski World Cup comes to town. The top racers compete on the Chuenisbärgli, on the toughest giant slalom slope in the world, before the party of the year in the evening.
Contact Information: Adelboden Tourismus Dorfstrasse 23 3715 Adelboden Tel. +41 (0)33 673 80 80 Fax +41 (0)33 673 80 92 Email:
Attractive Adelboden


Which of us has not dreamed of delighting our beloved with an extra special weekend away? And what could be more exciting and romantic than a night in an Igloo Village?
Spend the night in an igloo, go on a snow shoe trek, and enjoy a cozy fondue get-together in Zermatt's Igloo Village.
The Igloo Village has Heart & Star and Flower suites decorated specially for lovers. But companies, too, will find the village to be an ideal venue for incentive events and seminars of all kinds, especially as it is so far removed from the humdrum of office life. And single adventurers are welcome to spend a night in the Inuit style as well.
Fondue and mulled wine top the evening off before guests retire to their individual igloo suites, linked through a series of tunnels under the snow. Guests can even take advantage of the village's own jacuzzi.
The village can accommodate up to 30 guests and has an Igloo Bar and Igloo Lobby for cozy meals together.
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Zermatt's Igloo Village


EVERYONE NEEDS A BREAK. During races world class drivers pull in for pit stops. Life is no different. As life gets faster and faster, one of the only ways to keep up is to take a wellness break in Adelboden in the Swiss Alps.
Adelboden is the mecca for wellness pampering. Located in the Bernese Oberland, Adelboden is home to the first officially certified Swiss Alpine Wellness resort. Adelboden brings you back to nature, energizes, links you to the rhythm of nature, and most of all connects you with people who know how to pamper you.
ALTITUDE. Adelboden is at the perfect altitude according to medical experts. It comes with healthy spring and mineral water; gently rolling landscape all set against a backdrop of glacier-capped mountains.
FACILITIES. In Adelboden's perfect setting you'll find the outstanding service and wellness facilities of the 4-star Parkhotel Bellevue Spa.
The Parkhotel's Aqua vitalis wellness oasis spreads over 1,300 square metres. It is dedicated to pampering, rejuvenating, and putting a contented smile on its guests' faces.
WELLNESS TIPS. Adelboden's philosophy of 'Alpine Wellness' takes in a rich and unique variety of experiences: Walks. Take the Choleren gorge walkways and steps leading through the dramatic, 100-metre long ravine, over river and waterfalls. Swimming. Refresh yourself at Gruebi's panoramic swimming pool. This 25-metre pool is complete with gorgeous views. Visuals. Make your own journey of discovery to the dramatic water showpieces at the head of the Adelboden valley. Please click on the EARN POINTS icon below to test your knowledge on WELLBEING
Adventure Forest in Saas-Fee, Canton Valais2


MOUNTAIN BIKING. The Tour du Mont Fort will test your will, stamina, and happiness levels. The 50km biking on gravel and mountain roads is nothing less than amazing. The high point of the tour, in both meanings of the word, is reached by cable lift.
The cable car takes you to an altitude of 2,894 m. The descent from Col des Gentianes, with its view of Mont-Blanc, is the most demanding stretch, but also the most exhilarating.
The first ascent is with the cable car to Tracouet, followed by a descent by bicycle to Siviez. A chair lift and a cable car take the cyclists with their bikes to Col des Gentianes to 2,894 m.
The long descent to Verbier is followed by the last cable car ascent of the day. Then down to la Tzoumaz and back to Haute-Nendaz.
Beginning of tour: Haute Nendaz Ending of tour: Haute Nendaz Access starting point: Bus from Sion Access point of arrival: Bus Nendaz - Sion Technical requirements: medium difficulty Physical fitness: challenging Distance: 50 km Total altitude meters: 511m / -3256m (!) Biking time: 3:45 - 5:30 hours. (Time excl. cable cars and breaks) Season: July to August Gastronomy: along the route (several) Overnight: Nendaz, Siviez, Verbier La Tzoumaz Various: Views of the high mountains Literature: Tour du Mont Fort Please click on the EARN POINTS icon below to test your knowledge on NOW THIS IS MOUNTAIN BIKING
Mountain Biking Dreams Come True


GO LONG. Ready for RETRO FUN. Take your family or posse to Pradaschier - Europe's longest tobaggan run. Toboggan? Yeah. Toboggan. No skills but intense thrills. Load up the tribe and lift your feet. In seconds trees fly by and everything becomes a blur of fun as you hit 40 km per hour. No rollercoaster comes close.
YEAR ROUND. The Pradaschier Toboggan Run is open in both summer and winter. A 6-person aerial cable car takes you up to the mountain station. The run sits on rails and is therefore independent of the weather and can be used year-round. Night owls may prefer to experience this singular sensation when it is open at night, illuminated by spotlights.
HOW TO GET THERE. Special round-trip: train ride Chur - Brambrsch, hike from Brambrsch to Pradaschier, use of the toboggan run 2 times, return to Chur by Swiss Post Bus. This is a guaranteed Switzerland must do. Please click on the EARN POINTS icon below to test your knowledge on RETRO THRILLS
The Thrill of Tobogganing


MEET FAIRYTALE CHARACTERS. In the heart of Switzerland you'll discover the family holiday region of Brienz-Meiringen-Hasliberg. Here, everything revolves around mythical creatures, such as Muggestutz, the dwarf on the Hasliberg, or Grims, the little mountain crystal, and Hopp, the steam train ghost. You and your children meet these playful characters in the forest, by the lake, and on the steam cog railway up the Brienzer Rothorn.
WHERE TO STAY. The ideal place to stay is the family-friendly Hotel Handeck. The huge play area with giant trampoline, nature garden and barbecue area make for an active stay.
MUST DO. The Muggestutz paths. Join in the adventures of Muggestutz, the oldest dwarf on the Hasliberg. On the 2 dwarf trails, Muggestutz and friends have all kinds of exciting escapades, and at a series of stops along the way, children can join in the fun: at the dwarf chalets, the rope bridge, at caves, a cableway, and much more. With numerous picnic spots along the way equipped with fireplaces and wood, children can have fun grilling their own sausages for lunch.
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Fairytale Holidays


HIT DRIVES LIKE TIGER WOODS. High altitude golf means your drives go farther. Much farther. If you're looking for an incredible golfing experience on your vacation, be sure to include the Burgenstock Resort in Central Switzerland on your itinerary!
GOLFERS RAVE. Golfers rave about the exclusive resort Burgenstock Hotel and Resort above the beautiful Lake Lucerne. The rave reviews are true. Golf sunny skies with unique panoramic views of the Alps. No golf shack lunch. Enjoy scrumptious meals at one of the resort's fine restaurants.
The hotel operates its own golf club, which was founded in 1928. The Burgenstock Hotel and Resort boasts 183 spacious rooms, with 4 restaurants and bars offering French, Italian and Swiss specialties. You will enjoy superior comfort in a peaceful and scenic setting.
MUST DO. Golf course; Pro Shop; Golf House with terrace; Wellness Club (in- and outdoor pool, sauna, steam bath, massage, two tennis courts, mountain bikes); and Year-round children’s entertainment and summer kindergarten available. Own funicular and Europe's highest outdoor lift to mountain-top. Forget hot golfing on flat courses.
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Golfing with Majestic Alpine Views


We all deserve a break from time to time. I found that a visit to the Engadine Mountains provided me with a wealth of rejuvenation and relaxation opportunities, in a gorgeous natural setting. Fresh Alpine air, crystal-clear water and untouched nature in impressive mountain scenery form the ideal setting to regenerate body and mind, far from the stresses of everyday life. I highly recommend that you seize the opportunity and give your body a break: immerse yourself in the idyllic world of the Engadine mountains.
The four elements of water, air, sun and nature in an invigorating high-altitude climate, combined with the sheer style and joie de vivre of a distinctive cuisine and long-standing hotel tradition, make for a unique recipe for spiritual and mental wellbeing.
The springs in St. Moritz are the highest-altitude medicinal springs in Switzerland. The naturally curative carbonated mineral springs have made St. Moritz a place of healing for thousands of years. And it was the springs that first made St. Moritz famous. More than 3,000 years ago water from the iron-rich springs was already being collected and used for healing.
The Heilbad St. Moritz Medical Therapy Centre combines state-of-the-art medical knowledge with the benefits of the traditional spa culture. Let the experienced team of doctors and therapists devise an individual wellness program for you, or simply give yourself a relaxing break at one of the wellness oases in the luxury hotels of St. Moritz or Pontresina.
Pontresina is a recognized health resort enjoying a wonderfully invigorating high mountain climate. Deep gulps of fresh Alpine air, the view of the Bernina massif and a soothing soundtrack of bubbling streams and birdsong help restore balance to mind and soul.
Take a break, relax, and recharge your batteries at the daily morning concert of the Camerata Pontresina at the open-air stage in the Tais forest, or sunbathing on the sunny Crast’Ota terrace. You can get a natural high on Diavolezza too: in the highest whirlpool bath in Europe, 3,000 meters above sea level.
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If you’re in Central Switzerland, I urge you to make time for the "4-Lake Hike" in the Jochpass region. I was absolutely awestruck by the stunning mountain world around mighty Mt. Titlis, by the singularly beautiful flora, by the mirror-like Lake Trübsee, the sapphire-blue Engstlen Lake, the turquoise-colored Tannen Lake, the picture-perfect Melch Lake, and by the breathtaking views of the Bernese Alps in the distance. This hike was one of the most enchanting and exhilarating experiences of my visit to Central Switzerland. The starting point of the 4-Lake Hike is the cable car station of Melchsee-Frutt. From the very start the fantastic world of mountains and lakes unfolds before your eyes. The route runs along Lake Melch, via the picturesque chapel from Melchsee-Frutt to the Tannen Lake. This lake is the only artificial one among the four lakes. From Tannalp the descent takes you to the deep-blue Engstlen Lake. This is where the ascent to the Jochpass starts. From the summit of the pass you be rewarded with a view of the valley below. On the other side rises the mighty Titlis Massif. A descent across lovely Alpine meadows leads you to crystal-clear Lake Trüb, where the 4-lake tour ends.
Beginning of tour: Cablecar station Melchsee-Frutt Access starting point: By train to Trüb. From here by bus to Stöckalp and by cablecar to Melchsee-Frutt Point of arrival: Cablecar station Trübsee to Engelberg Hiking time: 05:00 h Physical fitness: challenging Difficulty: medium difficulty Difference in elevation: 600 m Season: July - October Gastronomy: Engelberg, Lake Trüb, Alpstubli, Jochpass, Tannenalp, Melchsee-Frutt Overnight: Engelberg, Lake Trüb, Melchsee-Frutt Literature: SAW 255T Sustenpass and 245T Stans 1:50'000 Other attractions: Mountain lakes, Alpine flora, Chapel in Melchsee-Frutt
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I was looking for a uniquely rich biking experience, and boy, did I ever find it in Valais! Don’t miss this incredible opportunity! I found myself first bathed in sweat on the ascent to Col de Forcle, and later bathed in the water of the thermal springs at the spa resort Ovronnaz. Ahhhh!
I loved the resort at Ovronnaz. Situated high above the Rhône Valley, bursting with sunshine and crystal-clear mountain air, it's a popular destination with families. The Ovronnaz circuit up to the Col de Forcle reveals spectacular views of the Lower Valais. I found that I had to put in a bit of an effort, though, to master the rollercoaster of the countryside. But after the tour I was able to get my aching muscles back into superb shape in the soothing waters of the thermal spa.
Cycling route: at the Ovronaz Post Office, bike in the direction of the Sport Center. After 400 meters, turn into the road at the right. After 4.5 kilometers the warm-up phase is over. Now ascend to Col de Forcle via the terrace of Pré de Bougnone. Return to Odonne via Pré Fleuri after a detour via Tsou and finally ride back to the Ovronnaz Post Office via the lower part of the village.
Beginning and ending of tour: Ovronnaz Technical requirements: medium difficulty Physical fitness: medium difficulty Distance: 22.6 km Total altitude meters: 1048 m Biking time: 01:30 - 02:30 (hours, minutes) Elevation start and end of tour: 1332 m Culmination point: 2205 m Season: June - October Panorama: Gorgeous views of the Lower Valais Alps Gastronomy: Ovronnaz Overnight: Ovronnaz Various: Thermal spa in Ovronnaz Access starting point: By bus from Leytron up to Ovronnaz Access point of arrival: Ovronnaz Literature: Bike-Explorer
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I believe that I’ve found the ultimate adrenaline boost! I went to Kandersteg in the Bernese Oberland to check out the latest in Swiss climbing: Vie ferrate ascents. I am not an experienced mountain climber, but this is a different kind of mountain climbing; it has conquered the Alps and is now also making inroads on the Swiss mountains. Vie ferrate are climbing routes that make traditional mountain faces more accessible to "non-climbers", thanks to the firmly-installed (wire) ropes and artificial hand and footholds. I truly enjoyed this via ferrata in a stunning countryside, along a 350-metre high wall, arranged in a series of columns and gorges, over which - and through which - the Allmibach flows, creating four waterfalls. Breathtakingly gorgeous. For 20 years, paragliders have found promising thermals above this wall, which gets the full benefit of the morning sun. Since summer 2005, via ferrata climbers, too, have been making the climb, at a point not far from the northern end of the Lötschbergtunnel, to reach a cleverly laid-out via ferrata with a number of surprises in store. I found it to be a route which does not artificially seek out the vertical, but does not shy away from it either. The Köppel brothers (who helped to design the Leukerbad via ferrata, the longest and most demanding in Switzerland) worked on the Kandersteg-Allmenalp via ferrata. As a result, the northern and southern ends of the Gemmi Pass, with its various climbs dating from the 18th century which can still evoke fear today, have modern iron ways for mountain sports enthusiasts who deliberately seek out the sensation of vertigo, and with safety in mind. The Kandersteg is a direct route which is not really suitable for anxious beginners. However, there are regular platforms where you can stop off and calm that beating heart. Please click on the EARN POINTS icon below to test your knowledge on VIE FERRATE ASCENTS - PURE ADRENALINE!


We were looking for something a bit different to do in January, and found just that in Château-d'Oex. We highly recommend that you bring your family to Château-d'Oex for a hot-air ballooning adventure! The picturesque village will charm you, and its annual hot-air balloon festival will thrill you. We learned that the love affair that Château-d'Oex has had with hot-air ballooning began in 1979 with the first international hot-air balloon week. Since then, every year for 27 years, Château-d'Oex has attracted as many as 100 balloonists who, for one week in January, fill the sky above the resort with a colorful fleet of gently drifting giants. It truly is an amazing sight to behold. Be sure to also visit the center devoted to hot-air ballooning, which opened in the historic building that once housed the city hall in the center of the town. The displays in the "espace ballon" are designed to attract the layman as well as ballooning professionals, showing hot-air ballooning from every aspect including its history and its technical development. Descriptions of the most wonderful flying moments and most incredible records helped us to discover the surprising and exciting world of hot-air ballooning. We highly recommend it! Please click on the EARN POINTS icon below to test your knowledge on REACH NEW HEIGHTS IN A HOT-AIR BALLOON!


During our last visit to Payerne, my family really enjoyed playing Swin-Golf! When you find yourself in the Lake Geneva Region, be sure to include a round of Swin-Golf on your vacation’s itinerary! This interesting twist on the classic game provides an adventure at every hole! Swin-golf is different from classic golf because it takes place on natural prairies, with a single club that has three faces and a softer, larger ball. A quick introduction is all that is required to master the basics of this new sport. You will be granted access to the course after a small, friendly and free introduction. At Cremin-sur-Lucens, a farm restaurant is laid out in an old building, enabling golfers "on the green" to enjoy a simple yet satisfying lunch. The course is open to everyone from 8 to 88 years old! Bring the family for an enjoyable day playing a fun game unique to this region of Switzerland.
Opening hours: Every day from 09.00 until nightfall, and by appointment only between November and April.
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TOUCH THE CLOUDS HIKING. In Adelboden in the Bernese Oberland, from the open Hahnenmoos Pass to the precipitous Ammertenspitz and through the rock faces down to the wide plateau of the Engstligenalp - this breathtaking hike lets you touch the clouds.
The Hahnenmoos Pass has stunning views of the Wildstrubel-Wildhorn massif and of the Obersimmental valley. But it gets even better. The entrance to the high alpine 'Lowa-Weg' or Lowa Path, straight across the flower-strewn mountain meadows appears to be quite tame. Catch your breath as you stand before the vertical North Face of the 2613 meter high Ammertenspitz. Incredible!
EXTRA ADRENALINE. Climbing is on the agenda, but only with a guide: through the rock face, iron steps lead upwards - this is the Aeugi fixed-rope route. Whether your legs are trembling after the exertion of the ascent or not - you will in any case want to sit down once you reach the top, in order to enjoy the view of glaciers, crags, rocks, and frothing waterfalls of the Wildsturbel massif, which form such a striking contrast to the friendly, green Simmental valley. A truly memorable experience!
No mountaineering skills are necessary, but you must be sure of foot, not prone to dizziness, not afraid of heights and have all the required mountaineering gear.
BEGINNING THE TOUR. Take public transportation or by car from Bern/Interlaken via Spiez to Adelboden, from Adelboden by bus and cableway to the Hahnenmoos Pass.
Point of arrival: Engstligenalp Access point of arrival: From Engstligenalp by cableway and bus to Adelboden Hiking time: 04:00 h Physical fitness: medium difficulty Difficulty: difficult Culmination point: 2613 m Season: June - October Overnight: Adelboden Literature: Map 1:50,000, Gstaad - Adelboden Other attraction: Fixed-rope route Guided tours recommended.
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Hiking High in the Heavens